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Stephanie Hurlburt
Entrepreneur. Founded w - making Basis (image compressor). Khronos. VR, graphics, math, code + art, business, community. 🏳️‍🌈 She/her
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Stephanie Hurlburt retweeted
MK 12h
Replying to @some_qualia
I'm gonna be an old lady and give unsolicited advice: if you don't celebrate small victories very intentionally, you will burn out. You will have no practice at feeling anything about the big ones. You will get to a big victory and feel nothing. Intentionally celebrate.
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Stephanie Hurlburt 11h
Replying to @swainrob
I’ve heard of grilled lettuce and always wondered if it was good! What kind of dressing/toppings were with it?
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Stephanie Hurlburt 11h
Replying to @tooaverage
I personally love mental health tweets that have a goal of helping others (like raising awareness, education, making people feel less alone). When it’s just venting feelings without that intent it can get upsetting, that’s the only exception I can think of. But do you!
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Stephanie Hurlburt 12h
Replying to @sehurlburt
This video’s a perfect example. Just watching Alissa put on 90 different colors of lipstick to chill background music
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Stephanie Hurlburt 13h
Replying to @bluesmoon
Ooh thanks for the tip, bookmarking! I’m not vegan but I like eating vegetarian & vegan often 🙂
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Stephanie Hurlburt 13h
Replying to @ckrub
👀 I love it! I can totally see chutney going really well with them
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Stephanie Hurlburt retweeted
Manisha 15h
These cozy jackets are in trend right now and IM SO HERE FOR IT ☺️
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Stephanie Hurlburt retweeted
The Cut 18h
"I’ll miss the secret pleasure of seeing people benefit from afar without my name attached."
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Stephanie Hurlburt retweeted
idil Jul 20
Everything is going to get very clear really soon. The reason why something happened the way it did will make sense. Don’t overthink it. Don’t be consumed by thinking you could’ve done something to change it. Just allow it for now. Release it. Your inner peace is more important.
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Stephanie Hurlburt 18h
Replying to @pat_of_kemp
It was in San Diego, can’t remember now! I’ll have to try Plum’s 🙂
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Stephanie Hurlburt 18h
Replying to @richarddlarson
Ooh this would be so good on rice and beans, thanks for the inspiration!
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Stephanie Hurlburt 18h
This probably looks ridiculous to people who aren’t vegan but listen, I had this *amazing* cauliflower steak with BBQ & cashew sauces at a vegan restaurant Tried to recreate it today. Flavors are not the same (darn) but this version’s still good Recipe:
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Stephanie Hurlburt retweeted
daiyi! ✨ (chris) 19h
I was able to attend my first tech conference because of a scholarship and look at me now, speaking at & organising confs of my own \o/ of course I had to make a scholarship happen for : If you're ever uncertain, dms always open <3
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Stephanie Hurlburt retweeted
Dr. Donna Malayeri comma PhD Jul 16
It's time for my next opportunity! I'm looking for a product manager role in the Seattle area, on a developer or cloud product. I have expertise in , public speaking, and product design. My DMs are open! Resume:
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Stephanie Hurlburt retweeted
Kimchica Jul 21
Any or in the early stages of a project or studio, check this out! and have put together a scholarship for . Seeing what these two are doing has been a beautiful start to my day.
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Stephanie Hurlburt 23h
Replying to @jackiehluo
Interesting! That sounds like an issue of abusiveness/not respecting boundaries/interpersonal problems more than it does political opinion- I think it’s important to label it as such. So not a matter of cutting out Trump voters, more evaluating whether a relationship is healthy
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Stephanie Hurlburt 23h
Replying to @jackiehluo
I guess it depends on goals— if goal is to pressure someone to change their opinion maybe cutting them out with reason clearly stated will work, but maybe it won’t too, and it’s a bit of a bully tactic. My check is more for if the person is inherently abusive/cruel/sociopathic
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Stephanie Hurlburt 23h
Replying to @jackiehluo
Oh my god to me that sounds like a bad stance to take. But I think this is because I am strictly not a Democrat, am not a fan at all of many of their candidates, and can empathize with people on the other side as a result. Better to look at underlying logic than who voted for who
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Stephanie Hurlburt 23h
Crab pot mentality: “a group will attempt to reduce the self-confidence of any member who achieves success beyond the others, out of envy, spite, conspiracy, or competitive feelings, to halt their progress.”
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Stephanie Hurlburt 23h
Replying to @jackiehluo
That’s the wisdom of resistance Twitter?! I’m friends with plenty of people I disagree strongly with about politics, I enjoy that. For me I draw the line at a certain moral level— an obvious example is if beliefs posed a direct threat, like they wanted to harm someone themselves
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